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03/09/2013 - Women's obesity opportunity window
Women who become obese after giving birth do not face any extra risk of heart attack until other health factors start to deteriorate, researchers reported yesterday. More

03/09/2013 - Pregnancy test hope
British researchers have announced a test for a life threatening condition that afflicts pregnant women. More

02/09/2013 - Women gaining years by the decade
Improved care of common diseases has led to middle-aged women looking forward to as much as three years more of life than just 30 years ago, according to a major study published today. More

21/08/2013 - Midwife-led care boosts outcomes
Pregnant women who are cared for by a small team of midwives have better outcomes than when care is shared between different obstetricians, GPs and midwives, researchers say today. More

19/08/2013 - Cholesterol threat to men
High cholesterol levels are a bigger problem for middle-aged men than for women, researchers warn today. More

15/08/2013 - Non-smoking breast-feeding may give cancer protection
Breastfeeding for more than six months may safeguard non-smoking mothers against breast cancer, a new report from Spain has suggested. More

14/08/2013 - Obese mothers raise heart risk
Children of obese mothers have a raised risk of early death, particularly from heart disease, reseachers report today. More

09/08/2013 - Caesarean allergy risk studied
Birth by Caesarean section could leave children vulnerable to allergies and bowel disease, according to a new study. More

07/08/2013 - Pregnancy duration varies naturally
40 weeks is not always the natural length of a pregnancy, researchers report today. More

07/08/2013 - Fitness cuts female cancer rate - if not weight
Women who are overweight can cut their risk of a common female cancer dramatically by keeping fit, researchers report today. More

06/08/2013 - Personality could be key to breast-feeding
Extrovert mothers are most likely to press on with breast-feeding, according to research published today. More

06/08/2013 - Autism clue to anorexia
The problem of anorexia in girls may be linked to autism, British researchers reveal today. More

05/08/2013 - Pregnancy diet link to alcoholism
Women who eat fatty and sugary foods during pregnancy may increase the risk of their children being vulnerable to alcohol or drug abuse, researchers have warned. More

05/08/2013 - Pills that donít help women conceive
Women who are struggling to become pregnant gain nothing by taking anti-oxidant vitamin pills, researchers warned today. More

31/07/2013 - Dismay as infant formula promotions continue
Only a handful of countries have taken action against the promotion of breast-milk substitutes to mothers, campaigners warned yesterday. More

29/07/2013 - Female heart disease call
The growing risk to women posed by heart disease is being neglected, experts claimed last night. More

25/07/2013 - Behaviour risk from smoking in pregnancy
New findings show how smoking during pregnancy is a risk factor for conduct problems in the child. More

19/07/2013 - Alcohol claiming lives of young women
Growing numbers of young women in England and Wales are dying from alcohol-related health problems, it was revealed today. More

19/07/2013 - Exercise in pregnancy reduces risk
Pregnant women who exercise moderately three times a week in their second and third trimesters halve the risk of giving birth to a heavy baby. More

17/07/2013 - Drinking in pregnancy 'predictable'
Women's pre-pregnancy drinking habits are linked to the amount they tend to drink when pregnant, new research shows. More

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